Buffalo Niagara Airport Upgrade

Fences are up and ground is broken. Expansion is underway at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. The continued success of the Airport has spurred a number of improvements rolled into one expansive project.

The heart of the project is flow. As airplanes rely on aerodynamics, really good airports pay attention to passenger-dynamics. They make it easy for people to get around easily and efficiently. To that end, the BNIA is making upgrades across the terminal.

Once complete, visitors will find it less congested at the security entrance, with even bigger improvements for the exiting. The new design will sport two egress areas, a new enclosed and expanded federal inspection area for international flights. A refurbished baggage claim area will have not just one additional baggage return belt, but four completely new machines each providing 50-percent more surface area than before.

For passengers utilizing ground transportation, a new indoor facility will keep everyone warm (or cool) and dry while waiting for Metro bus or a local shuttle. New concessions, conference rooms and, well, more space comes with the build out. The Buffalo Airport’s upgrade is expected to take about three years.

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